When Bob Gellman speaks about privacy law, you should listen. Or in this case, read.
In the first part of this series, I discussed some of the political and structural problems that must be solved to pass any general U.S. data protection law. In this part, I discuss two of the most important substantive policy issues. They are the private right of action and federal preemption of state law. These may be the two hardest issues with the greatest gap between the business community on one side and consumer advocates on the other.
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